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Hello help People, Water is dripping very slowly from the back of the fridge ceiling seemingly coming from the drain in the freezer? We cleaned out both the freezer and fridge and allowed for some collected ice in the freezer drain to melt and cleaned that out. We are also sure to keep the airflow unblocked. It still is leaking and am not sure what the cause Is? any ideas and help would be much appreciated. THANKS Bruce

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  • bodoh May 08, 2008

    thanks bud55...I will try that.
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Maybe the drain is blocked further along - at the rear of the fridge. Sometimes there is a small bend or elbow in the drainage system that blocks.Check the outlet to see if water is actually coming out at all.

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